• September 13, 2021

Choosing a Good Financial Advisor: An Attorney’s Perspective

Choosing a good financial advisor and finding the best one for you is a lot like interviewing job seekers; you are the employer and the advisor is the employee. Working in the area of ​​estate planning, I can offer some criteria that I look for in light of my experience working with financial professionals. Here…

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Favoritism at work: it is illegal and morally wrong

Labor favoritism We have all been victims of favoritism at work. Favoritism means exactly what it sounds like. Sometimes we do not realize when work favoritism occurs to us. Lost a promotion due to favoritism? There is a famous phrase that permeates the entire workplace and in our everyday lives. The phrase is “It is…

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An admission and a green card

One Easter weekend a couple of years ago, a piece of news appeared that could be of importance to those interested in Immigration Law, as well as those interested in Evidence Law. The story came out of New York State and may contain practical lessons for federal immigration officials and immigrants seeking to obtain their…

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Thailand travel: best things to do in Bangkok

When in Bangkok, make sure you don’t miss these Bangkok highlights: National Museum It is on Na Phra That Road, a short walk from Khao San Road. National Gallery It is located opposite the National Museum on Chao Fah Road, a short distance from Khao San Road and exhibits classic and contemporary Thai art, including…

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Why You Need a Real Estate Lawyer More Than You Think

There are times when a real estate attorney is extremely helpful in managing the ownership of your property. Although many real estate transactions are handled through listing agents, there are times when the knowledge base of these representatives is simply not adequate. Real estate agents typically attend training for less than a year, while attorneys…

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Affirmative Action: The Tool of the Racists

The human search for individuality has been the motivating force behind humanity’s ascent to new heights; Furthermore, the struggle to differentiate oneself from others, in the pursuit of greatness, has led to racism: discrimination against a person or group on the basis of race, religion or creed to limit their advancement. This act of bringing…

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Kettlebell Training for Triathletes: A Half Marathon Experiment

As any triathlon enthusiast will appreciate, success in competition requires a considerable time commitment. In fact, many participants find that they do not change other important aspects of their lives, such as work and time with family and friends, to dedicate those important hours of training. I myself have slaved up to 14 hours a…

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Social Media Marketing and Facebook: Why You Need a Profile

In recent years, social networking sites enabled by Web 2.0 technologies have dramatically changed the way we use the Internet. What was once a one-way connection has been transformed into a dynamic connection medium, allowing users to share a wide range of content, including blogs, photos, videos, and much more. However, how have social media…

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What are the pros and cons of government surveillance?

Most people have a contrary attitude towards government surveillance. Since Obama took office, government surveillance on the Internet has skyrocketed. Government Surveillance Statistics: In 2015, more than 30% of adult Americans were concerned about government surveillance of their electronic communications. On the one hand, government surveillance is good for increasing security and helping prevent potential…

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Scripture and moral theology

A young Catholic growing up in the years preceding Vatican II would find it very curious to discover that the teaching of the scriptures is the “Soul of all theology” (Richard Gula’s Dei Verbum, p. 165, REASON INFORMED BY FAITH). My experience as a student in a Catholic elementary school during the years before Vatican…

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